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Bills imposing tax on artists performing in Russia registered

The texts have not yet been published
14:18, 2 March 2018

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The Verkhovna Rada registered bills providing for the introduction of the tax for artists who perform in the territory of Russian Federation. This was reported by Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Vyacheslav Kyrylenko on Facebook.

"The bill on tours in aggressor’s territory and the introduction of a target touring tax in support of the Ukraine’s Armed Forces for Ukrainian performers who are make tours to the aggressor country is registered in the Verkhovna Rada. It was introduced by 11 deputies from four factions and non-factional deputies," Kyrylenko wrote.

At the moment, the texts have not yet been published.

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As it was reported earlier the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, by its decision of February 27, recognized as unconstitutional the taxation of pensions. 

Judges have established that the taxation of a pension, starting from its certain size, violates a fair approach in establishing a pension, since it leads to its actual reduction

Judges have stated that the taxation of a pension, starting from certain amount, violates a fair approach in establishing a pension, since it leads to its actual reduction.

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